Diana Leon Band
Sep 6 2021
Condé Nast has appointed Eugénie Trochu as the new editorial content director for Vogue Paris. Eugénie Trochu, who joined the group in 2011, will lead the fashion magazine’s operations, strategy and editorial vision. His appointment comes four months after the announcement of the departure of Emmanuelle Alt, editor-in-chief of Vogue in France for a decade. For several months now, Condé Nast International has been restructuring, mainly replacing the editor-in-chief with a new generation used to digital.
“Eugénie (Trochu) joined Condé Nast 10 years ago as a Vogue US practitioner in Paris. In the last decade, her passion and dedication to the world of fashion has only grown. She has been instrumental in developing strong relationships within the fashion community and in building Vogue’s digital presence in the market, “said Anna Wintour, Vogue’s global editorial director and content director at Condé Nast, in a statement.
Edward Enninful, European Editorial Director of Vogue, highlights the importance of the French edition of Vogue in the world of fashion: “With the appointment of Eugénie Trochu, we want to elevate French fashion, culture and style trends to speak more strong to the global Vogue audience. “
With a degree in literature and journalism from La Sorbonne, Eugénie Trochu joined Condé Nast in 2011 as an intern. She then joined Vogue Paris, where she was previously a fashion writer for Vogue.fr and a fashion and markets writer for Vogue Paris.
Based in Paris, Eugénie Trochu will work under the direction of Anna Wintour and Edward Enninful. Her appointment is part of a new global editorial strategy and follows the appointment of Francesca Ragazzi to a similar position at Vogue Italia.
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